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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 14 April 1902

Couldn't Catch Mr. reely. Mr. Fely of Chicago, a young man, has blossomed Into an orator and a wit in debate. Ho was making strenuous speech In opposition to tha oleomargarine bill when""Mr. Tawney of Minnesota, champion of the other Bide, Interrupted him. "Didn't you argue a case in court once?" inquired Mr. Tawuey, "and declare that fraud and Imposition were practiced in the Balo of oleomargarine? Wasn't that In your brief?" "Yes, but the brief was prepared by my law partner!" re torted Mr. FecUt. Washington Post Illg Inrluitrle llullt up on Small Article!. Few people renllze the wants and re QUlrmrnl of the tlghty millions of peo ple In the United Mates. Who would think that It requires over a million dol lars capital to carry on the package dye business In this country, and that thero re twelve different factories In tho Unit ed States that manufacture package dye? Ono of the largest package dya factories ,., hid nuim ,o inn. n t,,t-... .,. less Dye Co , Unlonvllle, JIo. In this...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 14 April 1902

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHVW & BLANXENSHIP, Publishers. PRESTON P. SHAW, Editor. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. Mananor, SUHSC'IUl'TION HATK8 DAILY. Ono yoir In atlvnnco - $1.00 Six months In ailvunco - - 92.00 Threo months In ndvunco 41.00 WKKKt.Y i'UIIi.NIIKI) EVKIIY THUItS DAY. One Year $1.00 Six Month? GO Threo Months 25 Advortlslntf rates mado known on application. Application mado (or transmission through tho malls ut the posUJlllco at Anidarko, Oklahoma, as second-clabs mall matter. Anadaiiko, Oki.a., Aruii. It, 1002. ELECTIONS ARE VOID- Hardcastlo Seomod to Havo Known tho Law ano Dono That Which wns Right- In a dceitdou ruiidi'rcd by Chief .IiiHlk'u ISmTonl hist Friday, lie status the recent eleetions held were illegal. The Chief .lutdiru taken tho position that only the regular election held next year will bo legal. This has been the contention all along by some of the very best at- lorneyH in the Territory of Okla homa. This will caiiKC considerable trouble and inconvenience, but wc...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 14 April 1902

'$ ip i "i"' 'iTr $? LOCAL NEWS. ft P. P. Shaw went to Lnwton ycw tcrday. Phrenologist and Palmist. Wind flor Hotel. 170t0 "Window shadcH 15 cents. Aua darko Furniture Co. 102lf t HomcBtead to trade for town lot. JLBvrncfcCo . 177tf lee cream soda. Its extra fine at Pioneer Drug Store. 17flt8 ' '-The best coal in town at City Steam Laundry. Plidne 04. 178U2 Just found it, found what? Star Bread, best bread on earth. 17-ltf Coal, Hour, feed and grain a4 Leach & Peacock. tl The Tribune moved to their now quarters on the south side square. Head the ad of Prof. Hosworth in todays issue of the Democrat. Meet me at Co. J R Paradis of Kingfisher, is in the city and will probably locate liere. Cliamplin Lumber 182tf Have vou seen Leach ifcl'eacoc They handlo coal, feed, Hour and grain. -f Don't jump in and buy hurridly till you figure with Cliamplin Lum ber Co. 182tf What is bringining all the out laws to town? Coining to get a Joaf of Star Bread. 183t0 I'll just telegraph my honey to i...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 14 April 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat Major "Waller UelU For 'Boys and Girls ritr.srox v. shaw. ANADAKKO, OKLAHOMA. The regular pilgrimage to Mrcc Ib musing the usual activity among tin; Industrious little cholera itcrms. Knnsna has done tlio liniKlwomo Ihlng. They ndmlt down there thnt I'rlnce Henry looks llko Coiioial rutiHton. China has tho advantage of South American republics In thnt she In litrfto enough to support several rebellious at the same time. SpenRlng'of the pleasures of tho llch, no one seems to ho getting mora real enjoyment out of them nowadays' thuu Andrew Carneglo. u A Missouri man luu decided to stock, X hlh fnnri''wlth iuVgcmti, this spring I; Hereafter the .Mlxsourt nutter Is" likely lei eMit an enlarged figure. The Chinosn government "will Intrust the reorganization of Its army to the Jain. Evidently China Is preparing to licconio n fighting nation. A mountain of aisenlc has Just been 'found neyir Tacoina. Those contont 'plntlug sulrlde can learn the fnro to Tacoma from an...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 14 April 1902

----- c- mew state: MISSISSIPPI DR..IFTWOOD A Boorv to Mo.rvy Poor People Who Live Along the Brxnks. OMNIBUS BILL i i i Text of the Measure by Committee on Territories to bz Introduced In Congress Granting Statehood to the Three Territories As Concerning Oklahoma WABHIXOTOX: UOnrCSCIltntlVO KIIOX, ,,,t,.. r,,rtl, ,,,.,. nftlm tcrritorl rr Massachusetts, tins reported a oiu 10 iture. ,, ., , rvii i ui. Section H. That the next general census, or onnblo the people of Oklahoma, Arizona ' .u 0y,crrt , provided by Taw, the said stute ami New Moxloo to form constitutions of Okluheuta .hall be entitled to two rcp-csen , . . . i i 1...1 tativosln the house of representatives of the WJd stlltO governments Olid to bo admit- tinltl Mutes. And tlmsuld representatives to ted into the Union on tho -.amo footing I th lifty-eighth congress, together with th Tim 1 .ill us governor miuotm-i wbi-i-ihiiijuiuto ... - - 110 UIU ll ,..mUotlnn. tmr be elected on the HUH day A Blight rlso hi the Mississippi...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 14 April 1902

jhe Scenic Route Xti rll penetrate the fertile States of MISSOURI, ARKANSAS, KANSAS, OKLAHOHA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TEXAS and the SOUTHWEST, TENNESSEE, MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA and the SOUTHEAST Itreache the rich firming lundiof K.ini Cwnd Oklahoma, the mineral ficUa of Southern ailuourl and Northern Arkamas, thr cotton field, of the South anil Southwell, the clt (let J f Kamaa and the ludlan Territory, and hun , droll of other Industrial place, of Interest and profit to the uoine-teeker and Investor. And last, hut not least, it will carry you to the famed auxllh resort of the Ozarks, Eureka Springs AND , Monte Ne TIME OF THAINB AT Iioavo Oklahoma City 0:10p.m. " QklahomaCtty. 1:60 a.m. Arrive lit Oklahoma 1:65 a. in. " Oklahoma 6:26 p. m. Xcavo "Wichita, Kub 1:30 p. in. ." Wichita, Kas 1:15 p. m. Arrlvo at Wichita 6:25 a. m. " Wichita 3:10 p. m- "Through Parlor Coaches, Reclining Chalr Cars -find Pullman Palace Sleep ers between Oklahoma City, Kansas City and t. Loul without chango, also ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 April 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT VOL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OlvLA., APRIL 15, 1002. NO. 18'l. VTTORNEY BAKER ro the Secretary of In dian Affairs at Washington. THE MIXED BLOODS Rights to Hold Allotments in the Kiowa and Comanche Country the Question. A report trom Washington in the bt Louts Hcpublic March 20 1902 in part says "The interior De partment is receiving hundreds of notices of contCHts filed against In dian allotments in tho Kiow-Com-ancho country Oklahoma. These arc made by white men and according to oflicial advico from the territory in nearly every case are found to bo fraudlcnt." Found to ho fraudlcnt! When and where did the investigation take placo to justify such finding, and did tho contestants have due notice of same? If not they should have had, for as American citizens they have the right to vindicate tlicm- elvcs. Tho white men who arc filing these contests do not believe they lire contesting Indians, and they base heir beliet on the old common law tile that, "The offs...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 April 1902

Nurses Experien.ce. Medical men say that a good nurse in a difficult case is better than med icine, but when wc can get a good nurse and good medicine, the patient stands a much better chance of re covery. The few words of advice given below by nurse Kliza King, aro well worthy the attention of all readers : " I have constantly used St. Jacob Oil in the ariou situations I have occupied as nurse, and have invariably found It excellent in all cases requiring outward application, mill as sprains, bruises, ihcumatlc affections, neuralgia, etc. In cases of pleurisy it in an excellent remedy well rubbed In. I can strongly recommend It after several years' use and experience. It should be In every household." '. Sister Carolina, St. Andrew's Hospital, Writes : " I have found St. Jacobs Oil a most efficacious remedy in gout ; also in sprains and bruises. Indeed, we cannot say too much In its praise, and our doctor is ordering it conbtantly." Many n miuii'h word Ih liko an echo , merely it h...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 April 1902

i r Couldn't L'Htrli Mr. Prtlj. Mr. Feely of Chicago, a young man, has blossomed Into an orator rind ft' wit In debate. Ho was making a Btrcnuous Bpeecli In opposition to th oleomargarine bill when Mr. Tawney of Minnesota, champion of the other elde, Interrupted him. "Didn't you nrgue a case in court once?" Inquired Mr. Tawney, "and declare that fraud and Imposition were practiced In tho 6ale of oleomargarine? Wasn't that In your brief?" "Yes, but the brief was prepared by ray law partner!" re torted Mr. Feelv. Washington Post IJlB Industrie Ilullt up on Slne.il Article". Tew neonle reallzo tho wants. and re quirements of the tlyhty million of peo ple In tho Vnlted Htates. Who would think that It require ovr a million dol lar!! capital to carry on. the package dyo business In this country, 'aild-tljat .thjro nro twelve different factories In the Unit- ed States that manufacture package dye? One of the lnrfiest packhge dye factories In the world Is that of the t'utnam Fade less Dye C...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 April 1902

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHAW & BLANfCENSHIP, Publiiheri. PRESTON P. SHAW, . Editor. U. D. BLANKENSHIP. ManaKor, SUIISOUll'TlOM IIATK9 UAII.Y. Ono yo r In advance - $1.00 Six months in nilvunco - - 2.00 Three months in advanco $1.00 WEKICI.Y l'UIILHIIKI) KVKUY T1IUUH 11 AY. One Year $1.00 Six Months M Three .Months. ...,,....,,,...,... 25 Advertising rotes made known on Application. Application made for transmission through the mails at tho postollluo at Anidarko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. Trees! Trees! Trees! Beautify Your Homes, Kvory Speoien of Ornamental ami Fruit Trees, sold on a guarantee by tlio Star Nurseries of Ottowa, Kans. Apply to Prof. Frank - Hosworth, Apache, O. T., the General Agent. Salesmen Wanted. T. F. WOODAUI), President, H. n. JOHNSON, Vlco-Pronldont, II. II. HULL, Cashier, K. II. JiLLlS, Assistant Cashier. HKKUKUT D. CROSBY, Attorney. The First National Bank of Anadarko, Anadakko, Okla., Ai'iiii. 15, 11)03. Colonel Bob Forrest, of El Reno, is in ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 April 1902

LOCAL NEWS. PlirenologiHt and Palmist. Wind fior Hotel. lVOtO "Window shades 15 cents. Ana larko Furnituro Co. 102tf HomcRtead to trade for town lot.' J.L Byrne & Co 177tf Ice cream soda. Its extra fine at Tionccr Drug Store. ' 175t8 The best coal in town at City Steam Laundry. Phone 04. 179U2 Just found it, found what? Star Bread, best broad on earth.. 174tf Coal, flour, feed and grain a4 Leach & Peacock. tf Have you seen Leach & Pcacocit. They handle coal, feed, flour and grain. tf Don't jump in and buy hurrldly till you figure with Champlin Lum ber Co. 182tf C. 1L Pruitt is moving his groc ery store over on B street north of tho court house. What is bringming all the out laws to town? Coining to get a loaf of Star Bread. 183t0 I'll just telegraph my honey to end mo some money. Champlins prices are right. 182tf Star Bread is superior to nny other and the nice part of it is you always get fresh. 18310 Jf yon want desirable residence property at reduced rates see the Eee...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 April 1902

Anadarko Democrat; l'miSTON 1 SHAW. ANADARKO, - OKLAHOMA. TERRITORIAL NOTES. A 00111111010111101111) has been organized At Kliif-lmhor. An elootrlc light mul loo plant will l tmiit n( Duncan. Tim grand jury at 1'otrnu Inst week lotnrnod -10 bills. Pawnee is o havo an olOetrio light system owned by bo rfty. Tbo officials of tlui Kiity havo laid onl tlio tornlnmls at Okliilioimi Oity. Tbo pint oC Wyniiownod bns boon np proved by tbo secretary of tlio intiffior. Grant Bowdeit, of Pony has retnnrfd.i uumo li-oiii ciio I'ntuppiucs niler an slitionco of two yours. Tbo trial of .T. Ktowutt Fifo for the murder of bin former partner at Snvan nnb, Mo., is now on. An oxport, wbo has been inspecting around Cloo ?nys thoro is plenty of oi) and gas in tbat vioinity Ardmoro's now Ico plant will bo com pleted in sixty days and will have a capacity of (iO tons per day. Kx-Govoriior Jenkins is securing tbo right of way for I bo Santa Fo extension from Puwiioo county to Nowkirk. Fort Gibson, 1. T was ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 April 1902

lit TALMAGE'S SERMON. MISFORTUNES AND TRIALS OF CHRISTIANS ARE HEAVEN-SENT. Meant Hat to Tut the Strength nnd 1 urtttnite at Tholr AMItcled "llroad Corn Is Ilralsril Ilecaute lie VIlt Not I'-icr He Thrashing It." (Copyright, 1502, Louis Klopsch. N. Y.) Washington, March 23. From a proress familiar to the farmer Dr. Tnl mage draws leseons of consolation and encouragement for people In sorrow ana adversity. The text Is Isaiah xxvlll, 27, 28: "For the fitches arc not thrashed with a thrashing Instrument, neither Is a cart wheel turned about upon the cummin, but the fitches nro beaten out with a staff and the cum min with a rod. Dread corn Is bruised because he will not ever be thrashing It Misfortunes of various kinds come upon various people, and In all times the great need of ninety-nine people 'out of a hundred Is solace, Look, then, to this neglected allegory of my texf. There are throe kinds of seed men tioned fitches, cummin and corn. Of the last we all know. But It may bo well t...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 April 1902

me Scenic Route W. CHILDS. Dray, Transfer and Ba.gga.ge. Any Kind of Hauling Anywhere. PriecH Hi-jlit. Phone 72. 30-tf JU tails penetrate lue fertile Statu of MISSOURI, ARKANSAS, KANSAS, OKLAHOHA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TEXAS and the SOUTHWEST, TENNESSEE, MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA and the SOUTHEAST It renche the rich farming lands of Kansas ismd Oklahoma, the mluernl fiekls of Southern Miuourl anil Northern Arkamnt, the cotton fields of the South ami Southwest, the oil fields , of Xanana and the Indian Territory, and hun dreds of other Industrial places of Interest and profit to the home-seeker and Investor, And Jast, hut not least, It will carry you to the famed .Titalth resorts of the Oiarks, Eureka Springs AND t Monte Ne TIME OF T11AIN8 AT Jjcave Oklahoma City 0:10p. in, " Oklahomal'lly l:fi()ti. m. .JVrrlvo lit Oklahoma l:.r5 a. m. 41 Oklahoma K:2."jp. m. 1avo Wichita, Kits 1:30 p. m. " Wichita, Kits 1:15 p. in. Ari'lvo nt Wichitii (I:i'i n. in. " Wlchltu 3:10ii. in- Tlirmigh Parlor Conch...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 16 April 1902

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT VOL,. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKL.A., APRIL 10, 1002. NO. 185. 0, T, FUN'S GREAT SCHEME The Wiley Candidate is Working for a Late Convention. HIS OWN NOMINATION And to Slaughter Other Prominent Republicans that ho May Re tain Ascendency- Dennis Flynn lias found it so easy to manipulate the Republican party of Oklahoma and deceive the people, that he continues business with the same sanguine confidence in their gullibility and denscness. Some weeks ago lie stopped off at Wichita and closeted Vio Murdock over a bottle and dictated an inter view in which ho said most emphat ically that he would not bo a candi- .date for renomination this fall. Dennis, as usual ignored in so do ing, the papers of the territory, ou whom he relies only to fight his bat tles in campaign times. But this is the characteristic of tho man, who knows no friendship but servitude, no God but mammon. Through tho Eagle he made known, as has been his bi-annual custom, that ivory county in the...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 16 April 1902

Anadtirko Daily Democrat l'ltKSlON I'. SHAW. ANADAJIKO, OKLAHOMA. Chile lina Just ordered two new bat t loBlilps. hook out for trouble. London school bourd rhlldieti lined over 4,000,000 exorcise nnd copy books last year. Tho Venezuelans lire ut It again. Tlio South American mnrtlnl spirit never rises lint It rovolutes. The Chlnce court him' been rehabll lliilcd by making the rlothCH of the lomnion people n llttlo Hhorter, Atuliaw Cirncglo haB auccerded In boosting his library rccoul up to thlr t) -eight endowinents In n slnglo day. J. Plerpont Morgan has niiide n little luan of $12,600,000 to Chile Later ho way uYcldo to buj the whole countiy. Ten thousand students In ittiMhi in e giving tho college yell for liberty. 1'or "rah-Yah uffectB It In hard to beat. Things miiHt be gutting deiporatc In Colotnbln, for the goveinmeut Ih going to Hprlng a curfew law on the" icolutIonlHts. It In reported that Sir Thomas Lip ton Is going to marry an American gill has found something over heiu t...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 16 April 1902

.Vvl ? -m L J.V7 . tj, THE, syrAGE! VSStf's THEATRICAL! TOPICsS rti tlaaV Mimtli) 81 a r llctlre. Mansflclil intlier ctai tied a Clnelu nHtl lutei viewer last week with the statement that ho holies to retire not latpr than five years from now. I am anxious to get nway from this existence on a veritable treadmill," said tho actor, "Hon- we are travel ing from pillar to nosl sometimes. If you want your horse you can't cairy It around the countiy with you. If you want to paint or devote sometime to liternturo ou cannot do It. It la work, incessant work. To the theater and tlun hack to your hotel, passing strangers and meeting strange faces until you long for homo and Its com forts "And then, again, you go on and tii t putting your very soul Into your work ami hungering sometimes for Just n little applause, and maybe at the end of an hour of this terrible tension you do not get ecn a faint ripple It Is hard. You hae done your lest, and sometimes It Is for nothing. Do not undei stand mo ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 16 April 1902

THE ANADARKO DEMOCRAT SHAW & ULANfCEsHIP, PuWhlier. PRESTON P. SHAW. - Kclltor. L. D. UUANKENSHIP. Mnnanur, SUISSOKII'TION HATHS DAILY. Ono yoir In mlvunco - - $1.00 Six months In mlvimco - - $2.00 Throo montliH In udvunco $1.00 IVniMCtiY I'Ullt-NIIKI) BVBUV THURS DAY. One Year $1.00 Six Months CO Throo Months 25 Advertising rates in ado known on application. Application niado for transmission through tho malls nt tho postolllco at Anailarko, Oklahoma, ns sccond-clus? mall matter. AXADAllKO, OlCI.A., Al'IIII. 10, 1002. CATS SPOIL THE HUNT1NQ. Homo 1't.t Iil ! AnoiU Unci Drilrn) tl. (Inliift. i ho oxpprlBiire of trappers nt Hoi i i) k'i and nil'.nt'ion ponds, near 'limuor. Mo., during last winter has ' monstralPd the fact that the com J.i-ii house cat will, when turned loose !n the woods, and left to Us own ro FOiirroB, hocomo ns wild nn the course of a month or two as any bobent, nay thf New York Times. It Is the custom of c oltase owners at tho ponda to tak( catn to their plnre...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 16 April 1902

t ip ' & I Koal for Bft,c at Clly Slon,n Mm' sf LOCAL NEWS. Vtfl s? -&& ?jyM?sH? Barney Woiilomiur of Cobb was in the city ycntcnlay. See Earhcart for fine confection ery ami clioico fruitR,on0 St. 185tf "Window shades 15 cents. Ana dnrkn Vnrnituro Co. 102tf Homestead to trade for town Llnt. J L Bvrno & Co 177tf The best coal in town at City Steam Laundry.' Phono 04. 170U2 Just found it, found what? Star Bread, best bread on earth. 17-ttf Coal, flour, feed and grain .V Leach & Peacock. tf Brick house on "11" street for ealc. Enquire of J. L. Byrne & Co 185tf Have you seen Lead) & Pc.ioock. They handle coal, feed, Hour and grain. t-f Don't jump in and buy hurridly till you figure with Chatnplin Luin JberCo. 18Stf Dick T. Morgan is in the city on business. Dick T. may be the He publican candidate for congress. W. A. "Walters of Topcka Ivans.. -who sells gents furnishings is in the city stopping at the American. "What is bringining all the out laws to town? ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 16 April 1902

Human Ut)es a Sacrifice to Heathen Superstition Fifty luttiuin 1Ioh lire Hacrlflied rvi'iy year nt Hip "I-oiir .In Jit." one of the ninny fetk'li teuton that dot tin1 Jungletf of central and western Africa in order that evil spirits may lie banished fioni the land ami the vrath of the gods unpenned. The ' Long Ju-Ju" l one of the most no torial! and most powerful meccii of the slave of fctlchUm. It Is lieie thnt hundreds of the superstitious native pile up tiiclr mtitcilul offerings to the spirits anil Journey In resolute hands to deposit the elles of Jli-Ju rites iiiine Inli'ieHtltu; llgurcs conrernluc; The Death the "Uing Ju-Ju" have just como out of the Interior fiom a correspondent with tho Aio expedition. It Is esti mated that every year COO pllgrlui3 Journey to the sacied spot to receive the fetich decree and advice which Ik ouclisafcd to them by the recognized powers. To most of them It Is a dear experience. About fifty of them aro sacrificed annually In order thnt their bltu...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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